Well into the digital age, operations managers have come to see the value in leveraging the power of mobile technology by equipping workers in the field or those working remotely with custom-designed apps. These apps allow them to easily input data that can be used to better streamline operations. For a better look at how this is done, here is a look at how some of these apps can make workers more efficient, and in turn, lead to better business processes.
Do you know which app features are the most compelling for attracting shoppers and boosting sales? As retailers strive to be more compelling in an increasingly competitive market, they must rely on a number key app features that are drawing in shoppers left and right—and making the biggest impact on sales. Read through just a few of the most essential elements.
Increasingly, your customers, employees and service users expect a fast and intuitive mobile experience. Eighty percent of purchases are now influenced by mobile. If you fail to meet these expectations, users will quickly turn away.
Managing a nonprofit often means operating on a shoestring. There’s not always the budget to streamline processes or outsource tasks to specialists. You have to make do with what you’ve got and be creative about finding solutions. That means everyone has to pitch in to get things done. Often it’s the small or seemingly insignificant tasks that end up taking the longest. You can spend hours every week updating social media or sending emails late at night to keep your team updated. With a few simple apps, you could potentially clear hours in your week to focus on the big picture strategy and really making a difference.
According to Entrepreneur.com, “In 2016, 2017 and 2018, sources say the total projected U.S. retail ecommerce sales will come in around $392.5, $440.4, and $491.5 billion, respectively.”
While technology is making the global marketplace smaller and increasingly accessible, it is also making competition extremely fierce. To create a successful e-commerce business, it takes more than a great product to attract and keep customers.